"Well, I guess we might make some mistakes".
But Musk said "it's not realistic" to expect Denholm to watch over his actions because he remains the electric auto company's largest shareholder.
"I want to be clear".
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk appeared to have a tearful breakdown live on "60 Minutes" Sunday as he complained the Securities and Exchange Commission wouldn't let him tweet whatever he wants. "The only tweets that would have to be, say, reviewed would be if a tweet had a probability of causing a movement in the stock", Musk said. "Who knows?" Musk said.
Denholm has been on Tesla's board for five years. She is chief financial officer and strategy head at Telstra Corp.
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He said he "would be lifelong friends" with Atack, and that the experience had taught him a lot about himself. He was presented his crown of twigs by past winners Scarlett Moffatt and Joe Swash.
Tesla doesn't buy traditional advertising, and media coverage of Musk is a big part of how the Palo Alto, California-based company markets itself and its formidable brand.
CBS correspondent Leslie Stahl noted during the recent 60 Minutes segment that the "tent"-based Model 3 line, contrary to Elon Musk's initial plans for a fully-automated vehicle factory, is now filled with human workers". Musk added that he's abiding by the SEC's terms because he respects the justice system.
Musk and Tesla each had to pay a $20 million fine to the agency, to be split among harmed investors. And no, I'm not referring to him admitting that he has no idea how to smoke weed.
Amid its CEO's erratic behavior, Tesla delivered on promises to accelerate production of its pivotal Model 3 sedan, progress seen as essential to the company's ability to repay $1.3 billion in debt due within the next six months.
"Nobody's ideal", the Tesla chief said, while laughing.